This month I wanted to focus on these awesome kits by Bustle and Sew….I will be mentioning them again this month, but for now, check them out:
I was lucky enough to get gifted this one:
What I liked about them (speaking as someone who dare I say it, doesn’t ‘do’ kits, is that they look more like stitched drawings, than formal and obviously from a kit.
I think they are a great way to get someone started in sewing, as they are all quite achievable.
In other news, I was lucky enough to get commissioned to create a print design inspired by Leonardo Da Vinci by The Craft Design House for The Kelvingrove Museum and Art Gallery in Glasgow, Scotland.
I sent my range of works up last month and got a chance to visit to see the collection and of course the exhibition they were to coincide with. Sadly its over, but here is a sneak peak of my design:
As its a big celebration of Da Vinci’s work this year, check out all the various exhibitions happening all over the country; great for inspiration!
Till next time…
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